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Unread 06-22-2012, 07:18 AM   #1
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What Flavor Air Freshener Should I Use?

I've been struggling with what scent is best for my CJ....

What's your opinion?

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Unread 06-22-2012, 07:21 AM   #2
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All natural..... nothing better than the smell of exhaust and fuel......
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I'm thinking a combination of old dirty radiator water,catepillar yellow,new chrome and 3.5 offset,yes these all have smells
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Unread 06-22-2012, 07:39 AM   #7
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How about "New Car".
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How about "New Car".
Gee, I hadn't thought of that one!

Sorry, guys, I'm feeling a little spunky this morning. I figure if you can't laugh with them, laugh at them.

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Sweat and @ss is a popular scent.
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Does cigar smell make you look for the cat that $h%t in your mouth the next morning?

Gotta get busy. I need to decide what shoes to wear today and that can take hours to do.....decisions, decisions.
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Gotta get busy. I need to decide what shoes to wear today and that can take hours to do.....decisions, decisions.
Go with the loafers...you need to be comfortable when trading all those stocks.

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I've been struggling with what scent is best for my CJ....

What's your opinion?

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nothing like the smell of a cj, I say dont run one at all.


this is awesome BTW
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I've been struggling with what scent is best for my CJ....

What's your opinion?

Thanks,

Matt

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I would recommend making a spread sheet with every scent known to man. Once you have your spread sheet ready, start posting individual threads on each scent to the CJ forum.... No, don't post it in the "Scent" section on the forum, but the CJ Forum because that makes the most scents... I mean sense.
Great thread BTW!!!
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Unread 06-22-2012, 08:25 AM   #15
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Matt,

If you were running in the sub-tropics of say, Florida, I'd suggest something like coconut or possibly pina colada. Maybe if you're frisky, jasmine!

But you're in Colorado... Hmm, Perhaps a spruce or pine? I think anything else may conflict with the nice crisp bright whiteness of your Jeep!

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